Luxembourg may be small in size but delivers a lot for a short autumn motorcycling break with Ardennes forests and nature parks to enjoy in the north, the rocky outcrops of the Mullerthal in the east and the Sure River valley to the west.
This tour is centred in the town of Clervaux, staying in one family run hotel for 4 nights. Included in the tour are your breakfasts and dinner is carefully prepared by the owner of the hotel each evening using locally sourced produce. There is a pool and gym at the hotel which you are free to use during your stay.
There is much to see and do during our stay in the Duchy of Luxembourg and our ride-outs have been planned to take you on some of the best paved roads in Northern Europe.
The options for excellent motorcycling routes are endless from our destination location where you can remain within the country of Luxembourg for the day, cross the border into Belgium and visit some of the pretty towns and villages of the Ardennes or ride into the Eifel region of Germany for the day on open, flowing roads.
Staying within the borders of Luxembourg we have a ride-out planned where you can make the most of the smooth roads this country has to offer. The route will include a visit to the oldest town in the Duchy, a ride through the rocky outcrops of the Mullerthal region which is also known as "Little Switzerland" and through the vineyards of the southern part of the country near the Moselle River.
You can join us for a day of riding in and out of Belgium and Luxembourg with a route through the Haute Sure and the northern reaches of the Duchy. The Bastogne War Museumis located close to our hotel and this historic location, opened in March 2014, commemorates the Battle of the Ardennes - also known as "The Battle of the Bulge".
For the last day of the tour we depart Luxembourg crossing into Belgium on a road most definitely made for motorcyclists! Our morning coffee stop will be in the pretty town of La Roche en Ardenne continuing through the Ardennes before picking up the toll free autoroute near the town of Namur and onto the Eurotunnel terminal at Calais for a mid-afternoon crossing to the UK.